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Meanings of Clotho:

proper noun

One of the three fates.

Cloths

klɒθ

Meanings of Cloths:

noun

Woven or felted fabric made from wool, cotton, or a similar fibre.

Usage examples:

A broad piece of pleated cloth

Clots

klɒt

Meanings of Clots:

noun

A thick mass of coagulated liquid, especially blood, or of material stuck together.

Usage examples:

A blood clot
verb

Form or cause to form clots.

Usage examples:

Drugs that help blood to clot

Clotted

klɒt

Meanings of Clotted:

verb

Form or cause to form clots.

Usage examples:

Drugs that help blood to clot
noun

A thick mass of coagulated liquid, especially blood, or of material stuck together.

Usage examples:

A blood clot

Past simple and past participle of clot

Clotting

ˈklɒt.ɪŋ

Meanings of Clotting:

verb

Form or cause to form clots.

Usage examples:

Drugs that help blood to clot
noun

A thick mass of coagulated liquid, especially blood, or of material stuck together.

Usage examples:

A blood clot

Clotured

ˈkləʊtjʊə

Meanings of Clotured:

noun

(in a legislative assembly) a procedure for ending a debate and taking a vote; closure.

Usage examples:

A cloture motion

Clotures

ˈkləʊtjʊə

Meanings of Clotures:

noun

(in a legislative assembly) a procedure for ending a debate and taking a vote; closure.

Usage examples:

A cloture motion

Meanings of Cloturing:

noun

(in a legislative assembly) a procedure for ending a debate and taking a vote; closure.

Usage examples:

A cloture motion

Clou

kluː

Meanings of Clou:

noun

The chief attraction, point of greatest interest, or central idea of a thing.

Usage examples:

It also includes two paintings by picasso, his seated woman and the clou of the collection, two wom…

Cloud

klaʊd

Meanings of Cloud:

noun

A visible mass of condensed watery vapour floating in the atmosphere, typically high above the general level of the ground.

Usage examples:

The sun had disappeared behind a cloud
verb

(of the sky) become overcast or gloomy.

Usage examples:

The blue skies clouded over abruptly

Meanings of Cloud-cover:

noun

A grey or white mass in the sky, made up of very small floating drops ...

Cloud-cuckoo-land

ˌklaʊd ˈkʊk.uː.lænd

Meanings of Cloud-cuckoo-land:

To think that things that are completely impossible might happen, rather than understanding how things really are

Usage examples:

When referees make contentious decisions players are going to be upset, and anyone who thinks other…

Meanings of Cloud-nine:

idiom

To be extremely happy and excited

Usage examples:

"was helen pleased about getting that job?" "pleased? she was on cloud nine!"

Meanings of Cloudberries:

noun

A dwarf bramble with white flowers and edible orange fruit, which grows on the mountains and moorlands of northern eurasia and northern north america.

Usage examples:

And then there's the forest berries growing wild - blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, cranberr…

Cloudberry

ˈklaʊd.bər.i

Meanings of Cloudberry:

noun

A dwarf bramble with white flowers and edible orange fruit, which grows on the mountains and moorlands of northern eurasia and northern north america.

Usage examples:

And then there's the forest berries growing wild - blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, cranberr…

Meanings of Cloudburst:

noun

A sudden violent rainstorm.

Usage examples:

It has survived thunderstorms and cloudbursts and has taken place every year except during the two …

Cloudbursts

ˈklaʊdbəːst

Meanings of Cloudbursts:

noun

A sudden violent rainstorm.

Usage examples:

It has survived thunderstorms and cloudbursts and has taken place every year except during the two …

Clouded

klaʊd

Meanings of Clouded:

verb

(of the sky) become overcast or gloomy.

Usage examples:

The blue skies clouded over abruptly
noun

A visible mass of condensed watery vapour floating in the atmosphere, typically high above the general level of the ground.

Usage examples:

The sun had disappeared behind a cloud

Meanings of Cloudier:

adjective

(of the sky or weather) covered with or characterized by clouds.

Usage examples:

A very grey, cloudy day

Cloudiest

ˈklaʊdi

Meanings of Cloudiest:

adjective

(of the sky or weather) covered with or characterized by clouds.

Usage examples:

A very grey, cloudy day

Clouding

klaʊd

Meanings of Clouding:

verb

(of the sky) become overcast or gloomy.

Usage examples:

The blue skies clouded over abruptly
noun

A visible mass of condensed watery vapour floating in the atmosphere, typically high above the general level of the ground.

Usage examples:

The sun had disappeared behind a cloud

Meanings of Cloudland:

noun

An imaginary or utopian place.

Cloudless

ˈklaʊd.ləs

Meanings of Cloudless:

adjective

Clear and free of cloud.

Usage examples:

We picnicked under a cloudless blue sky

Cloudscape

ˈklaʊd.skeɪp

Meanings of Cloudscape:

noun

A large cloud formation considered in terms of its visual effect.

Usage examples:

He uses chiaroscuro to singular effect, notably in his haunted nightscapes and cloudscapes.

Cloudy

ˈklaʊ.di

Meanings of Cloudy:

adjective

(of the sky or weather) covered with or characterized by clouds.

Usage examples:

A very grey, cloudy day

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